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authorDawid Pakuła2018-05-30 10:38:30 -0400
committerDawid Pakuła2018-05-30 10:38:30 -0400
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No bug - Update documentation for Project Explorer
Signed-off-by: Dawid Pakuła <zulus@w3des.net>
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/008-quick_start.md10
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/008-creating_and_uploading_a_project.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/020-working_with_refactoring.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/024-working_with_the_debugger.md4
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md4
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/112-real_time_error_detection.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/152-build_paths.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/008-creating_php_projects.md4
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/016-file_creation/008-creating_a_php_file_within_a_project.md4
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/064-searching_for_php_elements.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/096-viewing_type_hierarchies.md8
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/104-creating_php_working_sets.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/000-index.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/008-renaming_files.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/016-renaming_elements.md4
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/024-moving_files.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/136-accessing_an_existing_cvs_checkout.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/168-adding_elements_to_a_project_s_include_path.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md8
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/192-using_the_php_html_wysywig_editor.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/008-enabling_javascript_support_in_php_projects.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/016-setting_the_javascript_build_path.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/008-profiling_local_php_script.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/016-profiling_php_web_page.md18
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md21
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/000-index.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/008-new.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/024-export.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/032-refactor.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/040-navigate.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/056-project.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/000-index.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/008-php.md6
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/040-editor/040-save_actions.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/008-resource_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/016-builders_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/008-code_templates_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/016-formatter_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/032-php_build_path_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/040-php_debug_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/048-php_include_path_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/056-php_interpreter_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/064-php_task_tags_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/072-project_references_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/096-editor/008-save_actions_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/000-index.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/008-task_tags_properties.md2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/048-php_icons.md4
53 files changed, 111 insertions, 94 deletions
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/008-quick_start.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/008-quick_start.md
index e89515ff3..cb70cb932 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/008-quick_start.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/008-quick_start.md
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ You can use the default Workspace created by PDT or from the menu bar go to **Fi
### Creating a PHP Project
-A project is a group of files and resources which are displayed in a tree in the PHP Explorer view.
+A project is a group of files and resources which are displayed in a tree in the Project Explorer view.
<!--ref-start-->
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ To create a new PHP project:
Go to the Menu Bar and select **File | New | PHP Project**.
--Or- In the PHP Explorer View, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**.
+-Or- In the Project Explorer View, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**.
<!--ref-end-->
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ To create a new PHP file:
Go to the Menu Bar and select **File | New | PHP File**.
--Or- in PHP Explorer view, right-click the folder in which you want to create your file and select **New | PHP File**
+-Or- in Project Explorer view, right-click the folder in which you want to create your file and select **New | PHP File**
-Or- click the New PHP File icon on the toolbar ![new_php_file.png](images/new_php_file.png "new_php_file.png"). This creates a file outside of a project.
@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ The debugger detects and diagnoses errors in PHP code situated on local or remot
To debug a PHP script situated on your workspace:
1. Set breakpoints at the relevant locations in your script by double-clicking the Marker Bar (located at the left of the editor area) at the relevant line. A blue ball appears to indicate that a breakpoint is set.
- 2. From the main menu, select **Run | Debug Configurations** -Or- right-click the file in PHP Explorer view and select **Debug As | Debug Configurations**.
+ 2. From the main menu, select **Run | Debug Configurations** -Or- right-click the file in Project Explorer view and select **Debug As | Debug Configurations**.
3. To create a new configuration, double-click the **PHP CLI Application** category.
4. Enter all relevant information and click **Apply** and **Debug**.
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ To debug a PHP script situated on your workspace:
To debug a PHP Web page situated on a server:
- 1. From the main menu, select **Run | Debug Configurations** -or- right-click the file in PHP Explorer view and select **Debug As | Debug Configurations**.
+ 1. From the main menu, select **Run | Debug Configurations** -or- right-click the file in Project Explorer view and select **Debug As | Debug Configurations**.
2. To create a new configuration, double-click the **PHP Web Application** category.
3. Enter the required information and click **Apply** and **Debug**.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/008-creating_and_uploading_a_project.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/008-creating_and_uploading_a_project.md
index 51266b4dd..0de9d229b 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/008-creating_and_uploading_a_project.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/008-creating_and_uploading_a_project.md
@@ -15,13 +15,13 @@ The purpose of this tutorial is to guide you through the steps involved in creat
To create a new PHP Project:
- 1. Go to File Menu and select **New | PHP Project**. -Or- In PHP Explorer view, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**.
+ 1. Go to File Menu and select **New | PHP Project**. -Or- In Project Explorer view, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**.
2. The New Project wizard will open. Enter a name for your new project into the Project Name field.
3. Click **Finish** to complete the creation of your project.
<!--ref-end-->
-The new project will be listed in PHP Explorer view.
+The new project will be listed in Project Explorer view.
## Creating a PHP File
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ Creating a PHP file within PDT will automatically add PHP tags to the script, an
To create a new PHP file within a project:
- 1. In PHP Explorer view, right-click your project and select **New | PHP File** -or- select your project and go to **File Menu | New | PHP File**.
+ 1. In Project Explorer view, right-click your project and select **New | PHP File** -or- select your project and go to **File Menu | New | PHP File**.
2. Enter the File Name and click **Finish**. An editor window will appear with the following basic PHP code:
![php_code.png](images/php_code.png "php_code.png")
3. Add your code to the new file.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/020-working_with_refactoring.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/020-working_with_refactoring.md
index fd3fa52b4..a9e87a7f6 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/020-working_with_refactoring.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/020-working_with_refactoring.md
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ Refactoring should be used when you are reorganizing your project and changing n
#### Note:
-Refactoring will only work from within PHP Explorer view and not from Navigator view.
+Refactoring will only work from within Project Explorer view.
<!--note-end-->
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ This procedure demonstrates how to rename a file:
?>
3. Save both files.
-4. In PHP Explorer view, right-click RenFile1 and select **Refactor | Rename** -or- select it and go to **Refactor | Rename** from the Main Menu.
+4. In Project Explorer view, right-click RenFile1 and select **Refactor | Rename** -or- select it and go to **Refactor | Rename** from the Main Menu.
A Rename File dialog will appear.
5. In the Rename File dialog box, rename RenFile1 to RenFile3.
6. Check the "Update references" box and click **Preview**.
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ This procedure demonstrates how to move a file:
1. Create files 'RenFile1' and 'RenFile2' as described in steps 1 to 3 under "Renaming a File", above.
2. Within the same project, create an additional folder called 'RenFolder'.
-3. In PHP Explorer view, right-click RenFile1 and select **Refactor | Move** -or- select it and go to **Refactor | Move** from the Main Menu.
+3. In Project Explorer view, right-click RenFile1 and select **Refactor | Move** -or- select it and go to **Refactor | Move** from the Main Menu.
4. In the Move dialog, select RenFolder.
5. Click **Preview**.
The Preview windows will display the changes that the move will apply to your script. Note that RenFile1's new location will automatically be updated in the reference to it in RenFile2.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/024-working_with_the_debugger.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/024-working_with_the_debugger.md
index d98255539..e19af22b9 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/024-working_with_the_debugger.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/008-getting_started/016-basic_tutorial/024-working_with_the_debugger.md
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ This procedure demonstrates how to debug a file using the internal debugger or y
3\. Save the file.
- 4\. Click the arrow next to the debug button ![debug_icon.png](images/debug_icon.png "debug_icon.png") on the toolbar and select **Debug Configurations...** -or- select **Run | Debug Configurations** from the main menu -or- right-click the file in PHP Explorer view and select **Debug Configurations....** A Debug dialog will appear.
+ 4\. Click the arrow next to the debug button ![debug_icon.png](images/debug_icon.png "debug_icon.png") on the toolbar and select **Debug Configurations...** -or- select **Run | Debug Configurations** from the main menu -or- right-click the file in Project Explorer view and select **Debug Configurations....** A Debug dialog will appear.
5\. Double-click the PHP CLI Application option to create a new debug configuration.<p>![New Debug Configuration](images/debug_phpscript_configuration.png "New Debug Configuration")</p>
@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ This procedure demonstrates how to debug applications on a server:
3\. Save both files and copy them to your server.
- 4\. Click the arrow next to the debug button ![debug_icon.png](images/debug_icon.png "debug_icon.png") on the toolbar and select Debug Configurations... -or- right-click the file in PHP explorer or within the file's editor window and select **Debug as | Debug Configurations....** A Debug dialog will appear.
+ 4\. Click the arrow next to the debug button ![debug_icon.png](images/debug_icon.png "debug_icon.png") on the toolbar and select Debug Configurations... -or- right-click the file in Project explorer or within the file's editor window and select **Debug as | Debug Configurations....** A Debug dialog will appear.
5\. Double-click on the PHP Web Application option to create a new debug configuration.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md
index aa0c49a77..bfcdea189 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ PHP Working Sets are groups of PHP resources which allow you to view or apply ac
#### Example for using Working Sets:
-Selecting the 'Select Working Set' option in the PHP Explorer view's context menu allows you to choose specific Working Sets (i.e. group(s) of projects/files) to be displayed in the view.
+Selecting the 'Select Working Set' option in the Project Explorer view's context menu allows you to choose specific Working Sets (i.e. group(s) of projects/files) to be displayed in the view.
![Select Working Set Dialog](images/select_working_set_pdt.png "Select Working Set Dialog")
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ If you have not created PHP Working Sets, see [Creating PHP Working Sets](../024
#### Related Links:
* [Creating PHP Working Sets](../024-tasks/104-creating_php_working_sets.md)
- * [PHP Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [Window Menu](../032-reference/016-menus/080-window.md)
* [Search Menu](../032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md)
* [Searching for PHP Elements](../024-tasks/064-searching_for_php_elements.md)
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/112-real_time_error_detection.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/112-real_time_error_detection.md
index c5dc86665..d687bf159 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/112-real_time_error_detection.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/112-real_time_error_detection.md
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ PDT automatically highlights errors and problems in your PHP script.
Errors and warnings will be displayed in the Problems view, accessed from ![command_link.png](images/command_link.png "command_link.png") <a href="javascript:executeCommand('org.eclipse.ui.views.showView(\'org.eclipse.ui.views.showView.viewId=org.eclipse.ui.views.ProblemView\')')">Window | Show View | Other | General | Problems</a>.
-In addition, error icons ![error_icon.png](images/error_icon.png "error_icon.png") and warning icons ![warning_icon.png](images/warning_icon.png "warning_icon.png") will be displayed in the vertical marker bar to the left of the editor window, as well as next to the relevant project in PHP Explorer view (these will be indicated in the PHP project/file icons - e.g. ![file_error.png](images/file_error.png "file_error.png")).
+In addition, error icons ![error_icon.png](images/error_icon.png "error_icon.png") and warning icons ![warning_icon.png](images/warning_icon.png "warning_icon.png") will be displayed in the vertical marker bar to the left of the editor window, as well as next to the relevant project in Project Explorer view (these will be indicated in the PHP project/file icons - e.g. ![file_error.png](images/file_error.png "file_error.png")).
All warnings, errors and problems in open projects will be logged in the Problems view, which displays the following information:
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/152-build_paths.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/152-build_paths.md
index 46cefec7d..1b5b30f16 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/152-build_paths.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/016-concepts/152-build_paths.md
@@ -11,6 +11,6 @@ Configuring the project's Build Path allows you to select PHP resources to inclu
#### Related Links:
* [Configuring a Project's Build Path](../024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md)
- * [PHP Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
<!--links-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/008-creating_php_projects.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/008-creating_php_projects.md
index 492160179..ea68ed563 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/008-creating_php_projects.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/008-creating_php_projects.md
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ PHP projects are the containers within which all PHP and other application files
To create a new PHP project:
- 1. From the menu bar, go to **File | New | PHP Project** -Or- In PHP Explorer view, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**. The New PHP Project wizard is displayed. <br />![new_php_project_wizard.png](images/new_php_project_wizard.png "new_php_project_wizard.png")
+ 1. From the menu bar, go to **File | New | PHP Project** -Or- In Project Explorer view, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**. The New PHP Project wizard is displayed. <br />![new_php_project_wizard.png](images/new_php_project_wizard.png "new_php_project_wizard.png")
1. Enter the following information:
* Project name - The required project name
* Contents - Select whether to:
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ To create a new PHP project:
3. Click **Next** to [configure the project's PHP Build Path](176-configuring_build_paths.md) (this can also be done following project creation).
4. Click **Finish**.
-The new PHP project will be created in your workspace and displayed in [PHP Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md).
+The new PHP project will be created in your workspace and displayed in [Project Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md).
You can now start to develop your application by [creating PHP Files](../024-tasks/016-file_creation/000-index.md) or adding other resources to your project.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/016-file_creation/008-creating_a_php_file_within_a_project.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/016-file_creation/008-creating_a_php_file_within_a_project.md
index e6a3fbac5..5dff2df3b 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/016-file_creation/008-creating_a_php_file_within_a_project.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/016-file_creation/008-creating_a_php_file_within_a_project.md
@@ -8,14 +8,14 @@ This procedure describes how to create a new PHP file within an existing project
To create a new PHP file within a project:
- 1. In PHP Explorer view, select the Project within which you would like to place the file.
+ 1. In Project Explorer view, select the Project within which you would like to place the file.
2. Right-click and select **New | PHP File**-or- go to File on the Menu Bar and select **New | PHP File**.
3. The PHP File creation dialog will be displayed.
4. Enter the name of the file and click **Next**.
5. The 'Use PHP Template' checkbox will be marked by default. This will create the new PHP file with the "<?php ?>" PHP tags. Select the required template or unmark the checkbox to create a blank file.
6. Click **Finish**.
-Your file will open in the editor and will appear within your project in PHP Explorer and Navigator views.
+Your file will open in the editor and will appear within your project in Project Explorer and Navigator views.
<!--ref-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/064-searching_for_php_elements.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/064-searching_for_php_elements.md
index c100f7892..a3a7c25c0 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/064-searching_for_php_elements.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/064-searching_for_php_elements.md
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ You can make your search case sensitive by selecting the "Case sensitive" box.
3. To extend your search to include interpreter system libraries, select the "Search the Interpreter system libraries" box. This allows PDT to search in the libraries of the PHP version you have selected in the [PHP Interpreter Preferences](../032-reference/032-preferences/064-php_interpreter.md).
4. Select whether to search in your:
* **Workspace** - The entire workspace.
- * **Selected resources**- Select these in PHP Explorer view before opening the "Search" dialog. All sub-files and sub-folders within the selected resource will be included in the search.
+ * **Selected resources**- Select these in Project Explorer view before opening the "Search" dialog. All sub-files and sub-folders within the selected resource will be included in the search.
* **Enclosing projects**- The projects which the selected resources are in.
* **Working Set**- Click **Choose...**to select the required Working Set.
5. Click **Search**
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/096-viewing_type_hierarchies.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/096-viewing_type_hierarchies.md
index 855ac8012..3c21e91ef 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/096-viewing_type_hierarchies.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/096-viewing_type_hierarchies.md
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
To view a type in a Quick Type Hierarchy view:
- 1. Select the type name in the PHP editor, or PHP Explorer or outline views.
+ 1. Select the type name in the PHP editor, or Project Explorer or outline views.
2. Press **Ctrl+T**. -Or- from the Menu Bar go to **Navigate | Quick Type Hierarchy**.
The Quick Type Hierarchy view will be displayed in the editor with the selected type.
<br />![quick_type_hierarchy.png](images/quick_type_hierarchy.png "quick_type_hierarchy.png")
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ Pressing **Ctrl+T**while the quick type hierarchy view is shown will toggle betw
## ViewingTypes in the Type Hierarchy View
-Types can be viewed in the Type Hierarchy view by searching for them using the "Open Type in Hierarchy" dialog or by directly selecting the element in the editor or PHP Explorer.
+Types can be viewed in the Type Hierarchy view by searching for them using the "Open Type in Hierarchy" dialog or by directly selecting the element in the editor or Project Explorer.
<!--ref-start-->
@@ -39,9 +39,9 @@ Through the "Open Type in Hierarchy" wizard:
2. If a type was previously selected in the editor or outline views, it will be entered in the type field. If a type was not selected, begin typing the string of the required type/method to filter the results. You may use wild cards or CamelCase notation (e.g. DTB for DateTextBox).
3. Select the required type and click **OK**.
-Directly from the editor or PHP Explorer:
+Directly from the editor or Project Explorer:
- 1. Select a type in the editor or PHP Explorer.
+ 1. Select a type in the editor or Project Explorer.
2. Press **F4**.
<!--note-start-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/104-creating_php_working_sets.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/104-creating_php_working_sets.md
index 5ea25f9aa..4487fd0f4 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/104-creating_php_working_sets.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/104-creating_php_working_sets.md
@@ -4,13 +4,13 @@
[PHP Working Sets](../016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md) can be created from a variety of locations where working sets can be selected.
-This procedure describes how to create PHP Working Sets from the context menu in PHP Explorer.
+This procedure describes how to create PHP Working Sets from the context menu in Project Explorer.
<!--ref-start-->
To create a PHP Working Set:
- 1. In the PHP Explorer view click the View Menu arrow![menu_icon.png](images/menu_icon.png "menu_icon.png"). The PHP Explorer menu options will open. Select 'Select Working Set...'. The "Select Working Set" dialog will open. <br />![select_working_set_pdt.png](images/select_working_set_pdt.png "select_working_set_pdt.png")
+ 1. In the Project Explorer view click the View Menu arrow![menu_icon.png](images/menu_icon.png "menu_icon.png"). The Project Explorer menu options will open. Select 'Select Working Set...'. The "Select Working Set" dialog will open. <br />![select_working_set_pdt.png](images/select_working_set_pdt.png "select_working_set_pdt.png")
2. Click**New**. The "New Working Set" dialog will open.
3. Select PHP and click **Next**. The "New PHP Working Set" dialog will appear.
4. Enter a name for the Working Set.
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ Your new PHP Working Set will be added to the "Select Working Set" dialog and wi
#### Related Links:
* [PHP Working Sets](../016-concepts/088-php_working_sets.md)
- * [PHP Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [Window Menu](../032-reference/016-menus/080-window.md)
* [Search Menu](../032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md)
* [Searching for PHP Elements](064-searching_for_php_elements.md)
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/000-index.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/000-index.md
index ca88163fb..f005a7582 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/000-index.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/000-index.md
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ The Refactoring feature allows you to:
#### Note:
-Refactoring options will only be available from within PHP Explorer view and not from Navigator view.
+Refactoring options will only be available from within Project Explorer view and not from Navigator view.
Using the Navigator view's move/rename functions will not update any referenced instances of the file/element.
<!--note-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/008-renaming_files.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/008-renaming_files.md
index 136b8d9f5..371e13903 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/008-renaming_files.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/008-renaming_files.md
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ Ensure that you save any changes to the file before applying the refactoring fea
To rename a file using the Refactoring feature:
-1. In PHP Explorer view, right-click the file which you would like to rename and select **Refactor | Rename** -or- select it and go to **Refactor | Rename** from the Menu Bar.
+1. In Project Explorer view, right-click the file which you would like to rename and select **Refactor | Rename** -or- select it and go to **Refactor | Rename** from the Menu Bar.
A Rename File dialog will appear.
![refactor_rename_dialog.png](images/refactor_rename_dialog.png "Rename File dialog")
2. Enter the file's new name.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/016-renaming_elements.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/016-renaming_elements.md
index 2914c0a1a..5d7bf7588 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/016-renaming_elements.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/016-renaming_elements.md
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
<!--context:renaming_elements-->
This procedure describes how to rename a PHP element and ensure that all references to that element are updated.
-All PHP elements can be renamed and refactored from PHP Explorer view. The following is a list of applicable PHP elements:
+All PHP elements can be renamed and refactored from Project Explorer view. The following is a list of applicable PHP elements:
* Classes
* Interfaces
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ The element will be renamed and all instances where that element is referenced w
To rename an element through the Refactor dialog:
1. Ensure the 'Rename in editor without dialog' checkbox is unmarked in the [Code Refactor Preferences](../../032-reference/032-preferences/020-code_refactor.md) page (accessible from **Window | Preferences | PHP | Code Refactor**).
-2. In the editor, place your cursor on the element to be renamed or select it in the PHP Explorer.
+2. In the editor, place your cursor on the element to be renamed or select it in the Project Explorer.
3. From the menu bar select **Refactor | Rename** -or- right-click and select **Refactor | Rename** -or- press **Alt-Shift-R**.
The Rename dialog box will be displayed. The name of the dialog will be dependent on the element type.
![refactor_rename_element_dialog.png](images/refactor_rename_element_dialog.png "Rename Global Variable")
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/024-moving_files.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/024-moving_files.md
index d363ed145..4d85d030c 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/024-moving_files.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/116-using_refactoring/024-moving_files.md
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ Ensure that you save any changes to the file before applying the refactoring fea
To move a file:
-1. In PHP Explorer view, right-click the file which you would like to rename and select **Refactor | Move** -or- press **Alt-Shift-V**.
+1. In Project Explorer view, right-click the file which you would like to rename and select **Refactor | Move** -or- press **Alt-Shift-V**.
A Move File dialog will appear.
![refactor_move_dialog.png](images/refactor_move_dialog.png "Move location")
2. Select the new location of the file.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/136-accessing_an_existing_cvs_checkout.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/136-accessing_an_existing_cvs_checkout.md
index 8a9b20ecd..c5f4b3b42 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/136-accessing_an_existing_cvs_checkout.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/136-accessing_an_existing_cvs_checkout.md
@@ -8,11 +8,11 @@ This procedure shows you how to access projects in PDT that you have previously
To access previously checked out projects:
- 1. Launch the New PHP Project Wizard by going to **File | New | PHP Project** -or- right-clicking in PHP Explorer view and selecting **New | PHP Project**. The "New PHP Project" wizard will open.
+ 1. Launch the New PHP Project Wizard by going to **File | New | PHP Project** -or- right-clicking in Project Explorer view and selecting **New | PHP Project**. The "New PHP Project" wizard will open.
2. In the Project contents category, unmark the Use default checkbox and browse to the location of your checked out CVS resources.<br />
![new_php_project_svn.png](images/new_php_project_svn.png "new_php_project_svn.png")
3. Click **Finish**. A new PHP Project will be created with the contents of the project you had checked out.
- 4. In PHP Explorer View, right-click your project and select **Team | Share Project**. A "Share Project" dialog will open.
+ 4. In Project Explorer View, right-click your project and select **Team | Share Project**. A "Share Project" dialog will open.
5. From the repository list, select CVS and click **Next**.
6. If you have not yet configured a CVS repository, you will need to enter your CVS repository details. See Configuring a CVS Connection for more information. If you have already configured a CVS connection, mark the 'Use existing repository location' option and select your repository from the list.
7. Click **Finish**.
@@ -21,6 +21,6 @@ To access previously checked out projects:
Your project will be uploaded to the CVS repository.
-Your project will have a repository icon ![svn_repository_icon.png](images/svn_repository_icon.png "svn_repository_icon.png")next to it in PHP Explorer view, indicating that it is linked to an CVS repository. Your can now perform all CVS functions (commit, update etc.) on this project.
+Your project will have a repository icon ![svn_repository_icon.png](images/svn_repository_icon.png "svn_repository_icon.png")next to it in Project Explorer view, indicating that it is linked to an CVS repository. Your can now perform all CVS functions (commit, update etc.) on this project.
<!--ref-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/168-adding_elements_to_a_project_s_include_path.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/168-adding_elements_to_a_project_s_include_path.md
index 34d7cfa6a..1cb64b3b8 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/168-adding_elements_to_a_project_s_include_path.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/168-adding_elements_to_a_project_s_include_path.md
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ This procedure describes how to configure your project's Include Path.
To configure your project's Include Path:
-1. In PHP Explorer view, right-click the required project and select **Include Path | Configure Include Path...** -Or- right-click the project and select **Properties | Include Path**.The project's PHP Include Path properties page will appear. <br />
+1. In Project Explorer view, right-click the required project and select **Include Path | Configure Include Path...** -Or- right-click the project and select **Properties | Include Path**.The project's PHP Include Path properties page will appear. <br />
![Include Path Properties](images/include_path_properties.png "Include Path Properties")<br />
From this page you can configure the following:
* To configure source folders on your Include Path:
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md
index a4a28a019..069bd874b 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ By configuring inclusion/exclusion patterns for the Build Path, you can select t
To include/exclude resources from the Build Path:
- 1. In the Build Path Properties page, expand the node next to the folder whose Inclusion/Exclusion pattern you want to configure and click Edit. -Or- In PHP Explorer view, right-click the folder whose Inclusion/Exclusion pattern you want to configure and select Build Path | Configure Inclusion / Exclusion Filters. The Inclusion and Exclusion patterns dialog is displayed.
+ 1. In the Build Path Properties page, expand the node next to the folder whose Inclusion/Exclusion pattern you want to configure and click Edit. -Or- In Project Explorer view, right-click the folder whose Inclusion/Exclusion pattern you want to configure and select Build Path | Configure Inclusion / Exclusion Filters. The Inclusion and Exclusion patterns dialog is displayed.
1. Click Add next to the Inclusion or Exclusion patterns panes. The Add Inclusion/Exclusion Pattern dialog is displayed.
2. Enter or select the required resource(s) or pattern to include / exclude and click OK.
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ All resources in the project which match an inclusion pattern but do not match a
You can configure different inclusion/exclusion rules for child folders within a selected directory. However, you will need to exclude the selected child folder from the parent directory's Build Path and add it as a separate Build Path source folder. This is done to resolve any conflicts which may arise from configuring one pattern for the parent folder and another for the child.
-Source folders can be created and/or added from the PHP Build Path properties page or from PHP Explorer view.
+Source folders can be created and/or added from the PHP Build Path properties page or from Project Explorer view.
<!--ref-start-->
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ In order to overcome the nesting conflict, you should exclude the folder you ha
![build_path_add_source_folder.png](images/build_path_add_source_folder.png "build_path_add_source_folder.png")
-From PHP Explorer view:
+From Project Explorer view:
1. Right-click the project and select Build Path | New Source Folder. The New Source Folder dialog will be displayed.<br />
![build_path_new_source_folder.png](images/build_path_new_source_folder.png "build_path_new_source_folder.png") 1. Enter the name for the new folder in the Folder name field.
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ You can add an external source folder as a link to your project which will be sc
To add an external source folder to the project's Build Path:
- 1. In the Build Path Properties page, click the 'Link Source...' button. -Or- In PHP Explorer view, right-click the project and select Build Path | Link Source. The Link Source dialog is displayed.<br />
+ 1. In the Build Path Properties page, click the 'Link Source...' button. -Or- In Project Explorer view, right-click the project and select Build Path | Link Source. The Link Source dialog is displayed.<br />
![build_path_link_source.png](images/build_path_link_source.png "build_path_link_source.png") 1. Click the 'Browse..' button and browse to the location of the folder you want to add to the Build Path. Alternately, click Variables and select the variable which points to the required resource.
2. The Folder name field will have been automatically populated with the name of the original folder. Edit this entry if required.
3. Adding a folder to a project's Build Path could cause a conflict between the inclusion/exclusion patterns configured for the project root and those configured for the selected folder. In order to avoid these nesting conflicts, select one of the following options:
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/192-using_the_php_html_wysywig_editor.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/192-using_the_php_html_wysywig_editor.md
index 20e947ac4..f55819bc7 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/192-using_the_php_html_wysywig_editor.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/192-using_the_php_html_wysywig_editor.md
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ These procedures describe how to create new HTML files , allowing implementation
To create a new HTML file:
- 1. In PHP Explorer view, select the folder into which you would like to create the file and from the Menu Bar go to **File | New | HTML Page** -or- right-click the folder and select **File | New | HTML. Page**. The new HTML Page dialog will appear.
+ 1. In Project Explorer view, select the folder into which you would like to create the file and from the Menu Bar go to **File | New | HTML Page** -or- right-click the folder and select **File | New | HTML. Page**. The new HTML Page dialog will appear.
2. Enter the file's name and click **Next**.
3. Select which HTML template to use for the new file and click **Finish**.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/008-enabling_javascript_support_in_php_projects.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/008-enabling_javascript_support_in_php_projects.md
index 71ce4c2a0..a0b34a6e1 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/008-enabling_javascript_support_in_php_projects.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/008-enabling_javascript_support_in_php_projects.md
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ These procedures describe how to [enable JavaScript support for new PHP projects
To enable JavaScript support in new PHP Projects:
- 1. Go to File Menu and select **New | PHP Project**. -Or- In PHP Explorer view, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**. The new PHP Project wizard will launch.
+ 1. Go to File Menu and select **New | PHP Project**. -Or- In Project Explorer view, right-click and select **New | PHP Project**. The new PHP Project wizard will launch.
2. Enter the required information in the various fields.
3. To enable JavaScript support, mark the **Enable JavaScript support for this project** checkbox.
4. Click Finish.
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ JavaScript libraries and features can be added to existing PHP projects in your
To enable JavaScript Support for existing PHP Projects:
-In PHP Explorer view, right-click the project for which you want to enable JavaScript support and select **Configure | Add Java Script** Support.
+In Project Explorer view, right-click the project for which you want to enable JavaScript support and select **Configure | Add Java Script** Support.
JavaScript support will be enabled for the project.
<!--ref-end-->
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ If you are not using JavaScript libraries or files in your project, you can remo
To remove JavaScript Support for existing PHP Projects:
-In PHP Explorer view, right-click the project for which you want to enable JavaScript support and select **Configure | Remove JavaScript Support**.
+In Project Explorer view, right-click the project for which you want to enable JavaScript support and select **Configure | Remove JavaScript Support**.
JavaScript support will be removed from the project and no JavaScript libraries or external files will be available to the project.
<!--ref-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/016-setting_the_javascript_build_path.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/016-setting_the_javascript_build_path.md
index b836bf045..55373ee80 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/016-setting_the_javascript_build_path.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/208-using_javascript/016-setting_the_javascript_build_path.md
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ The JavaScript Build Path is determined by the resources included in the project
To configure the project's JavaScript Build Path:
- 1. In PHP Explorer view, right-click the required project and select **Properties | JavaScript | JavaScript Libraries**. In this properties page you can add the following elements to the project's JavaScript Build Path:
+ 1. In Project Explorer view, right-click the required project and select **Properties | JavaScript | JavaScript Libraries**. In this properties page you can add the following elements to the project's JavaScript Build Path:
2. [Libraries](#libraries-tab) - Built-in and user defined libraries contain pre-written collections of JavaScript source files that have prototyped object/class definitions and JsDoc.
3. [Source](#source) - Other folders/files/variables from your file system or linked from an external source.
4. [Projects](#projects) - Other projects in the workspace or on your file system
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/008-profiling_local_php_script.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/008-profiling_local_php_script.md
index c8af4226a..c7517a31f 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/008-profiling_local_php_script.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/008-profiling_local_php_script.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
This procedure describes how to profile a PHP Script from your workspace using an internal [PHP Executable](../../032-reference/032-preferences/056-php_executables/000-index.md).
-1. Click the arrow next to the Profile button ![Profile button](images/profile_icon.png "Profile button") on the toolbar and select **Profile Configurations...** -or- from the main menu go to **Run | Profile Configurations...** -or-right-click in PHP Explorer view and select **Profile As | Profile Configurations...**
+1. Click the arrow next to the Profile button ![Profile button](images/profile_icon.png "Profile button") on the toolbar and select **Profile Configurations...** -or- from the main menu go to **Run | Profile Configurations...** -or-right-click in Project Explorer view and select **Profile As | Profile Configurations...**
2. A Profile launch configuration dialog will appear.
3. Double-click the **PHP CLI Application** option to create a new Profile configuration.
<p>![Profile CLI Script](images/profile_cli_configuration_1.png "Profile CLI Script")</p>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/016-profiling_php_web_page.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/016-profiling_php_web_page.md
index 43a8ddc85..fe7914b8c 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/016-profiling_php_web_page.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/024-tasks/216-profiling/016-profiling_php_web_page.md
@@ -4,11 +4,7 @@
This procedure describes how to profile whole applications, projects, files or collections of files that are already on the server.
-#### Note:
-
-For Xdebug, make sure [xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger](https://xdebug.org/docs/all_settings#profiler_enable_trigger) is enabled.
-
-1. Click the arrow next to the Profile button ![Profile button](images/profile_icon.png "Profile button") on the toolbar and select **Profile Configurations...** -or- from the main menu go to **Run | Profile Configurations...** -or-right-click in PHP Explorer view and select **Profile As | Profile Configurations...**
+1. Click the arrow next to the Profile button ![Profile button](images/profile_icon.png "Profile button") on the toolbar and select **Profile Configurations...** -or- from the main menu go to **Run | Profile Configurations...** -or-right-click in Project Explorer view and select **Profile As | Profile Configurations...**
2. A Profile launch configuration dialog will appear.
3. Double-click the **PHP Web Application** option to create a new Profile configuration.
<p>![Profile Web Script](images/profile_web_configuration_1.png "Profile Web Script")</p>
@@ -29,10 +25,22 @@ The **PHP Profile Perspective** will open, displaying the **Profiling Monitor**
See [PHP Profile perspective](../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/032-php_profile_perspective/000-index.md) for more on the information displayed once a profile session has been run.
+<!--note-start-->
+
+#### Note:
+
+For Xdebug, make sure [xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger](https://xdebug.org/docs/all_settings#profiler_enable_trigger) is enabled.
+
+<!--note-end-->
+
+<!--note-start-->
+
#### Note:
With Xdebug profiler, you have to manually [import profile session](040-importing_profile_sessions.md).
+<!--note-end-->
+
<!--links-start-->
#### Related Links:
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md
index 41e68b7e3..8dcb4bd0d 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ The PHP Perspective is PDT 's default perspective. It incorporates all PDT 's PH
The PHP Perspective contains the following views:
- * [PHP Explorer View](008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer View](008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [Outline View](016-php_outline_view.md)
* [Type Hierarchy View](024-type_hierarchy_view.md)
* [Problems View](PLUGINS_ROOT/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/concepts/cprbview.htm)
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md
index 3f1c032c6..25951c992 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md
@@ -1,14 +1,22 @@
-# PHP Explorer View
+# Project Explorer View
<!--context:php_explorer_view-->
-The PHP Explorer view is an internal file system browser, allowing you to view all PHP projects and files in your Workspace. It shows the PHP element hierarchy of PHP projects in the Workbench and provides you with a PHP-specific view of your available resources. Within each project, source folders and referenced libraries are shown in the tree. In addition, this view shows all PHP code elements (classes, functions, variables, etc.). Clicking an element or declaration will cause the corresponding code to be displayed in the PHP editor.
+<!--note-start-->
+
+#### Note:
+
+Since 6.0.0, PHP Development Tools use common [Project Explorer](PLUGINS_ROOT/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/reference/ref-27.htm).
+
+<!--note-end-->
+
+The Project Explorer view is an internal file system browser, allowing you to view all PHP projects and files in your Workspace. It shows the PHP element hierarchy of PHP projects in the Workbench and provides you with a PHP-specific view of your available resources. Within each project, source folders and referenced libraries are shown in the tree. In addition, this view shows all PHP code elements (classes, functions, variables, etc.). Clicking an element or declaration will cause the corresponding code to be displayed in the PHP editor.
-See [PHP Icons](../../../032-reference/048-php_icons.md) for a description of the icons displayed in the PHP Explorer view.
+See [PHP Icons](../../../032-reference/048-php_icons.md) for a description of the icons displayed in the Project Explorer view.
![php_explorer_pdt.png](images/php_explorer_pdt.png "php_explorer_pdt.png")
-#### PHP Explorer View Toolbar Commands
+#### Project Explorer View Toolbar Commands
<table>
<tr><th>Icon</th>
@@ -32,7 +40,7 @@ See [PHP Icons](../../../032-reference/048-php_icons.md) for a description of th
<td>If selected, elements will immediately be displayed in the editor when selected. If unselected, elements will be displayed in the editor when they are double-clicked.</td></tr>
</table>
-#### PHP Explorer View Menu Commands
+#### Project Explorer View Menu Commands
The view's menu can be accessed through the view menu icon ![menu_icon.png](images/menu_icon.png "menu_icon.png").
@@ -74,7 +82,7 @@ The view's menu can be accessed through the view menu icon ![menu_icon.png](imag
#### Note:
-The PHP Explorer View is displayed by default as part of the PHP Perspective. To manually open the view, go to Window | Show View | Other | PHP Tools | PHP Explorer.
+The Project Explorer View is displayed by default as part of the PHP Perspective. To manually open the view, go to Window | Show View | Other | PHP Tools | Project Explorer.
<!--note-end-->
@@ -86,5 +94,6 @@ The PHP Explorer View is displayed by default as part of the PHP Perspective. To
* [PHP Functions View](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md)
* [PHP Project Outline View](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md)
* [Outline View](016-php_outline_view.md)
+ * [Eclipse Project Explorer](PLUGINS_ROOT/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/reference/ref-27.htm)
<!--links-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md
index 5ec9c428e..2d9995b1d 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md
@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ The Outline View is displayed by default as part of the PHP Perspective. To manu
#### Related Links:
* [PHP Perspective](000-index.md)
- * [PHP Explorer view](008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer view](008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [PHP Functions View](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md)
* [PHP Project Outline View](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md)
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md
index b468c55fe..f5808bea7 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/008-php_functions_view.md
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ The view's menu can be accessed through the view menu icon ![menu_icon.png](imag
#### Related Links:
* [PHP Perspective](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md)
- * [PHP Explorer view](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer view](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [PHP Project Outline View](016-project_outline_view.md)
* [Outline View](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md)
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md
index 45116847e..afdb9b3be 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/024-php_additional_views/016-project_outline_view.md
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ PHP Project Outline View Toolbar commands
#### Related Links:
* [PHP Perspective](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/000-index.md)
- * [PHP Explorer view](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer view](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [PHP Functions View](008-php_functions_view.md)
* [Outline View](../../../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/016-php_outline_view.md)
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/000-index.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/000-index.md
index cb20c7039..cd9a6824e 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/000-index.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/000-index.md
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ Note: The options available in the New Menu for the current perspective can be c
<td></td>
-<td>Opens a previously created file in an editor view. If the file is stored in your workspace's active projects, the file will be displayed in PHP Explorer / Navigator views.</td></tr>
+<td>Opens a previously created file in an editor view. If the file is stored in your workspace's active projects, the file will be displayed in Project Explorer / Navigator views.</td></tr>
<tr><td>Close</td>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/008-new.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/008-new.md
index d459193da..5b6d9ed20 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/008-new.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/008-new.md
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ The options available under the New submenu are:
<tr><td>Project</td>
-<td>Adds a new Project to Navigator / PHP Explorer views in which files can be created.</td></tr>
+<td>Adds a new Project to Navigator / Project Explorer views in which files can be created.</td></tr>
<tr><td>PHP File</td>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/024-export.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/024-export.md
index c7ceb68f7..728e96c11 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/024-export.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/008-file/024-export.md
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ The options available under the Export submenu are:
<br />
Breakpoints - Exports breakpoints from the workbench to a breakpoint file. A list of available breakpoints will be displayed in the Export Breakpoint wizard. Select the relevant breakpoints and the name and location of the file to which they should be exported.
<br />
-Note: The Breakpoint (.bkpt) file will not appear in Navigator / PHP Explorer views.
+Note: The Breakpoint (.bkpt) file will not appear in Navigator / Project Explorer views.
<br />
File System - Export files from your workspace to your local file system.
<br />
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/032-refactor.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/032-refactor.md
index 40ec96a16..19c3dc2f0 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/032-refactor.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/032-refactor.md
@@ -11,13 +11,13 @@ The options available from the Refactor menu are:
<tr><td>Move</td>
<td>Alt+Shift+V</td>
<td>Moves a file to a different folder. <br /><br />
-To move a file, select it from the PHP Explorer view.<br /><br />
+To move a file, select it from the Project Explorer view.<br /><br />
A Move dialog will open. Select the required folder and click Preview to see all changes that will be made as a result of the Move.<br /><br />
Click OK to implement your changes and move the file. All references to the file will be automatically updated to reflect its new location.</td></tr>
<tr><td>Rename</td>
<td>Alt+Shift+R</td>
<td>Renames a file or element.<br /><br />
-To rename a file, select it from the PHP Explorer view. To rename an element within a file select it from the PHP Explorer view or highlight it in the editor view.<br /><br />
+To rename a file, select it from the Project Explorer view. To rename an element within a file select it from the Project Explorer view or highlight it in the editor view.<br /><br />
A rename dialog will open. Enter the new name and click Preview to see all changes that will be made as a result of the rename.<br /><br />
Click OK to implement your changes. All references to the file / element will be automatically updated to reflect the change.</td></tr>
<tr><td>Extract Method</td>
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Click OK to implement your changes. All references to the file / element will be
#### Note:
-Refactoring options will only be available from within PHP Explorer view and not from Navigator view.
+Refactoring options will only be available from within Project Explorer view and not from Navigator view.
Using the Navigator view's move/rename functions will not update any referenced instances of the file/element.
<!--note-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/040-navigate.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/040-navigate.md
index 2b1906057..f46b93066 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/040-navigate.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/040-navigate.md
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ The options available from the Navigate menu are:
<td>Goes into a selected folder so that only that folder's contents will be displayed in the Navigator view.
<br />
-Note: This will not work in PHP Explorer view.</td></tr>
+Note: This will not work in Project Explorer view.</td></tr>
<tr><td>Go To</td>
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ Will go up one level in the hierarchy in the Navigator view.</td></tr>
<br />
Goes to a resource within the files and folders displayed in the Navigator view. Enter the first few letters of the a resource in the Go To Resource dialog, and select the required one from the list.
<br />
-Note: This functionality will not work in the PHP Explorer view.</td></tr>
+Note: This functionality will not work in the Project Explorer view.</td></tr>
<tr><td></td>
@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ Select the required file and click OK to open it in an editor window.</td></tr>
<td>Alt+Shift+W</td>
-<td>**PHP Explorer -** Displays the current active file in the PHP Explorer view.
+<td>**Project Explorer -** Displays the current active file in the Project Explorer view.
<br />
**Navigator** - Displays the current active file in the Navigator view.
<br />
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md
index 491b621e1..92e086918 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/048-search.md
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ To run a File Search or Replace:
<li>Select whether to search in:
<ol>
<li>Workspace - The entire workspace.</li>
- <li>Selected resources - Select these in PHP Explorer view before opening the Source dialog.</li>
+ <li>Selected resources - Select these in Project Explorer view before opening the Source dialog.</li>
<li>Enclosing projects - The projects which the selected resources are in.</li>
<li>Working Set - Click 'Choose' to select the required Working Set.</li>
</ol></li>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/056-project.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/056-project.md
index 12628ede7..9e2b0a709 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/056-project.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/016-menus/056-project.md
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ The option**s available from the Project menu are:**
<td>Closes the currently selected project.
<br />
-Closing a project does not cause it to be deleted from the file system. A closed project will still be displayed in PHP Explorer view, with a ![closed_project_icon.png](images/closed_project_icon.png "closed_project_icon.png")closed project icon, but its resources are no longer accessible from within the Workbench.
+Closing a project does not cause it to be deleted from the file system. A closed project will still be displayed in Project Explorer view, with a ![closed_project_icon.png](images/closed_project_icon.png "closed_project_icon.png")closed project icon, but its resources are no longer accessible from within the Workbench.
<br />
Closing projects takes up less memory and speeds up the build process.</td></tr>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/000-index.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/000-index.md
index 565cda991..1b17f4853 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/000-index.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/000-index.md
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ To access this menu, go to Window menu and select **Preferences | PHP**.
<tr><td>[PHP](008-php.md)</td>
-<td>Configure the hierarchy display in PHP Explorer view.</td></tr>
+<td>Configure the hierarchy display in Project Explorer view.</td></tr>
<tr><td>[Appearance](016-appearance.md)</td>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/008-php.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/008-php.md
index d83d2d61b..a0130c701 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/008-php.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/008-php.md
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
<!--context:php-->
-The PHP Preferences page allows you to configure the hierarchy display in PHP Explorer view and set double-click behavior.
+The PHP Preferences page allows you to configure the hierarchy display in Project Explorer view and set double-click behavior.
The PHP Preferences page is accessed from Window | Preferences | PHP .
@@ -13,8 +13,8 @@ The PHP Preferences page is accessed from Window | Preferences | PHP .
To configure PHP Preferences:
1. Select the required option:
- * Go into the selected element - PHP Explorer view will display only a folder's contents once it is double-clicked.
- * Expand the selected element - PHP Explorer view will expand a folder once it is double-clicked, leaving the other projects and folders visible in a tree diagram.
+ * Go into the selected element - Project Explorer view will display only a folder's contents once it is double-clicked.
+ * Expand the selected element - Project Explorer view will expand a folder once it is double-clicked, leaving the other projects and folders visible in a tree diagram.
2. Click Apply to apply your settings.
<!--ref-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/040-editor/040-save_actions.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/040-editor/040-save_actions.md
index d878c0888..c60d9e775 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/040-editor/040-save_actions.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/032-preferences/040-editor/040-save_actions.md
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ To apply Save Actions settings to a specific project only:
#### Note:
-Save Action settings can also be configured for an existing project by right-clicking the project in PHP Explorer view and selecting **Properties | Save Actions**.
+Save Action settings can also be configured for an existing project by right-clicking the project in Project Explorer view and selecting **Properties | Save Actions**.
<!--note-end-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/008-resource_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/008-resource_properties.md
index f30b5e9c1..2f320fdb4 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/008-resource_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/008-resource_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The Resource Properties page displays information about your project and allows you to set the project's text file encoding and line delimeters.
-To access the Resource Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Resource.
+To access the Resource Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Resource.
![properties_resource.png](images/properties_resource.png "properties_resource.png")
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/016-builders_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/016-builders_properties.md
index 9bc549b6d..47fe05f9a 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/016-builders_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/016-builders_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The Builders Properties page allows you to configure the External Tool builders that are run when this project is built and add, remove, or reorder external tools in the build order. The Eclipse build process scans external resources which are referenced in a project so that their contents can be made available for operations such as Content Assist and Refactoring.
-To access the Builders Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Builders Properties .
+To access the Builders Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Builders Properties .
![properties_builders.png](images/properties_builders.png "properties_builders.png")
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/008-code_templates_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/008-code_templates_properties.md
index 5d90731b4..f26e5c712 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/008-code_templates_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/008-code_templates_properties.md
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ The Code Templates Properties page allows you to configure the code and comments
See [Code Templates Preferences](../../../032-reference/032-preferences/024-code_style_preferences/008-code_templates_preferences.md) for more information.
-To access the Code Templates Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to **Project | Properties | Code Style | Code Templates**.
+To access the Code Templates Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to **Project | Properties | Code Style | Code Templates**.
See
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/016-formatter_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/016-formatter_properties.md
index 46d49d410..bfa9a6a3d 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/016-formatter_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/024-code_style_properties/016-formatter_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
PDT can auto-format scripts to organize them into an easily readable format. The Formatter Properties page allows you to customize the way they are formatted for the project.
-To access the Formatter Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select **Properties | Resource** -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to **Project | Properties | Code Style | Formatter**.
+To access the Formatter Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select **Properties | Resource** -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to **Project | Properties | Code Style | Formatter**.
<!--ref-start-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/032-php_build_path_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/032-php_build_path_properties.md
index 19e22b1a4..761109060 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/032-php_build_path_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/032-php_build_path_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The PHP Build Path Properties page allows you to configure the project's [PHP Build Path](../../016-concepts/152-build_paths.md).
-To access the PHP Build Path Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | PHP Build Path Properties -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Build Path Properties .
+To access the PHP Build Path Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | PHP Build Path Properties -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Build Path Properties .
See [Configuring a Project's PHP Build Path](../../024-tasks/176-configuring_build_paths.md) for more information.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/040-php_debug_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/040-php_debug_properties.md
index 05e57a9af..2ac13db60 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/040-php_debug_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/040-php_debug_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The PHP Debug Properties page allows you to configure default settings used when debugging files in the project.
-To access the PHP Debug Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Debug Properties .
+To access the PHP Debug Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Debug Properties .
<!--ref-start-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/048-php_include_path_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/048-php_include_path_properties.md
index 40055800c..d28a60c76 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/048-php_include_path_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/048-php_include_path_properties.md
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
<!--context:php_include_path_properties-->
-The PHP Include Path Properties page allows you to configure the project's [Include Path.](../../016-concepts/144-include_paths.md)To access the PHP Include Path Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | PHP Include Path -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Include Path Properties.
+The PHP Include Path Properties page allows you to configure the project's [Include Path.](../../016-concepts/144-include_paths.md)To access the PHP Include Path Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | PHP Include Path -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Include Path Properties.
See [Configuring a Project's PHP Include Path](../../024-tasks/168-adding_elements_to_a_project_s_include_path.md) for more information.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/056-php_interpreter_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/056-php_interpreter_properties.md
index f66ee4e99..abee65a44 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/056-php_interpreter_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/056-php_interpreter_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The PHP Interpreter Properties page allows you to set the PHP version used for the project. This will affect the internal debugger, code analyzer and content assist options.
-To access the PHP Interpreter Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Interpreter Properties .
+To access the PHP Interpreter Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Interpreter Properties .
<!--ref-start-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/064-php_task_tags_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/064-php_task_tags_properties.md
index 36bf2e026..bbab7c279 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/064-php_task_tags_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/064-php_task_tags_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The PHP Task Tags Properties page allows you to add new task tags and edit existing ones. Tasks are used as reminders of actions, work to do or any other action required by the programmer. Task tags are strings used by PDT to recognize when tasks are added in your script. Anything after these strings inside a comment will be recognized as a task.
-To access the PHP Task Tags Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Task Tags Properties .
+To access the PHP Task Tags Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP Task Tags Properties .
<!--ref-start-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/072-project_references_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/072-project_references_properties.md
index 2184eacd0..0d91aa072 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/072-project_references_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/072-project_references_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The Project References Properties page allows you to set the projects which are referenced by your project. This affects actions such as opening and closing of projects. (i.e. if you close a project and re-open it, you will be prompted to also open the projects which it references.)
-To access the Project References Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Project References Properties .
+To access the Project References Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Project References Properties .
![properties_project_references.gif](images/properties_project_references.gif "properties_project_references.gif")
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/096-editor/008-save_actions_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/096-editor/008-save_actions_properties.md
index 39ee70f16..9492d7dab 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/096-editor/008-save_actions_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/096-editor/008-save_actions_properties.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
The Save Actions Properties page allows you to remove trailing whitespace from a file each time you save it.
-To access the Save Actions Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Save Actions Properties .
+To access the Save Actions Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Save Actions Properties .
<!--ref-start-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/000-index.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/000-index.md
index 116d8d171..e411a4970 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/000-index.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/000-index.md
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
The Validation Properties page allows you to specify the validators for your project.
-To access the Validation Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP | Validation Properties .
+To access the Validation Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | PHP | Validation Properties .
<!--toc-->
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/008-task_tags_properties.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/008-task_tags_properties.md
index 88bbf1ef6..87b78aa30 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/008-task_tags_properties.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/040-php_project_properties/112-validation_properties/008-task_tags_properties.md
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ The Task Tags Properties page is not applicable for PHP projects.
The Task Tags Properties page allows you to configure Task Tags for non-PHP files.
-To access the Task Tags Properties page, right-click a PHP project in PHP Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Task Tags Properties .
+To access the Task Tags Properties page, right-click a PHP project in Project Explorer view and select Properties | Resource -or- select the project and from the menu bar go to Project | Properties | Task Tags Properties .
Task Tag properties for PHP projects should be configured from the [PHP Task Tags Properties](064-php_task_tags_properties.md) page.
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/048-php_icons.md b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/048-php_icons.md
index 1b7907630..03c430d83 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/048-php_icons.md
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.php.help/docs/source/032-reference/048-php_icons.md
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
<!--context:php_icons-->
-The following is a list of icons representing different PHP elements which are displayed in the PHP Explorer view and in Content Assist lists:
+The following is a list of icons representing different PHP elements which are displayed in the Project Explorer view and in Content Assist lists:
### PHP Elements
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ The following is a list of icons representing different PHP elements which are d
#### Related Links:
- * [PHP Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
+ * [Project Explorer View](../032-reference/008-php_perspectives_and_views/008-php_perspective_views/008-php_explorer_view.md)
* [Content Assist](../016-concepts/016-code_assist_concept.md)
<!--links-end-->